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Twin pressures: It all comes down to time, money

My sweet Aunt Inez died a little more than a

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The last Confederate general

It’s the first day of spring or the Vernal Equinox.

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On small farms, everything is coming up regulators

I am a big fan of supporting local agriculture. Small

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Less fawning, more hard questions

According to his office’s press release, West Virginia Attorney

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Jails, drugs still the focus

The 2031 regular session of the West Virginia Legislature

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Watching the mills run

The old Hippie’s (aka wife Stephanie’s) maternal grandmother Irene would

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Irish up your menu for a great St. Patrick’s Day

Celebrate St. Patrick’s with a traditional pot of easy-to-fix cabbage

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THE DEBAT OVER PRESCHOOL

‘There is very little time for childhood’ At a time in

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Schools bill doesn’t add up for education lobby

The governor’s highly touted legislation to overhaul West Virginia’s

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Sticks and stones may break my bones

Every five years or so, the PC police turn their

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